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Diedre M. Bowen

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19-6-2020 12:45 PM

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19-6-2020 1:15 PM

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Delivering some content to students via an on line lecture is unavoidable. But violating the psychological principles of an effective lecture is avoidable. In this presentation, I will review a synthesis of the empirical research on these principles and apply them to legal research and writing, discuss how and why they especially matter for on line learning, and finally, examine the ways in which these principles are most often violated. I will use a stealth "what not to wear" style of pulling up anonymous (oh no, she did not just wear that outside) power point slides posted publicly on line and use an "Oprah make-over" style of how to bring the slides into the realm of effectiveness (oh yes she is owning her style!). At the end of the presentation, the audience should have a better understanding of what these principles are, how to apply them to your on line teaching, and how to ensure that you are using them strategically to enhance the delivery of your on line lectures.

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Using Psychological Principles to Deliver an Online Lecture Effectively

Delivering some content to students via an on line lecture is unavoidable. But violating the psychological principles of an effective lecture is avoidable. In this presentation, I will review a synthesis of the empirical research on these principles and apply them to legal research and writing, discuss how and why they especially matter for on line learning, and finally, examine the ways in which these principles are most often violated. I will use a stealth "what not to wear" style of pulling up anonymous (oh no, she did not just wear that outside) power point slides posted publicly on line and use an "Oprah make-over" style of how to bring the slides into the realm of effectiveness (oh yes she is owning her style!). At the end of the presentation, the audience should have a better understanding of what these principles are, how to apply them to your on line teaching, and how to ensure that you are using them strategically to enhance the delivery of your on line lectures.